Will the magnets attract each other in space where there is no gravity?

Electric and magnetic forces are very slightly stronger in a vacuum than in air. An electromagnetic field contains energy, momentum, and so on, it will produce a gravitational field of its own. This gravitational field is in addition to that produced by the matter of the charge or magnet. Magnetism can either pull the two objects together or push them apart, depending on which way the magnets point

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